Most people love RV road trips especially with the whole family or with their friends. It is a great time to go anywhere you want to go with a completely self-sufficient vehicle stocked with all you will need to eliminate stops over on the way.
Okay, let’s look at a familiar 12V power supply. One of the first images that come to mind, is your car battery. Yes, that is a 12V power supply. So is the series of batteries that power your cameras, computers, and cell phones. We are constantly dealing with all sorts of batteries that provide 12 volt electric power to our much used devices.
Drivability is not adversely affected. Interior noise level depends on the exhaust system you choose. Some will make it far louder; some will actually make it quieter. But most are just a little bit louder than stock. But the added dBs are also combined with a MUCH sweeter exhaust note, so it’s definitely worth it. And the interior of the Supra is pretty quiet anyway, so on the highway, it will be VERY livable. As far as low-end Power Converters goes, the down-pipe will greatly decrease Turbo Lag. So low-end power and response is much improved over stock.
The main problem with this technology is that it is still quite expensive. Solar panels cost as much as and outfitting your house with a Frequency Converters full system can cost more than a lot of people are making in a year. The good thing is that you can build your own solar panels for a lot less and still get similar efficiency.
USB Hubs: USB devices have quickly become the standard in today’s computing world. Keyboards, mice, webcams, even phones connect to computers through USB ports. Often, the number of devices outnumbers the ports on a computer, or the ports are located in inconvenient places on a computer making quick attaching and detaching of USB devices difficult. To solve this problem there are USB Hubs, these can turn one usb port into many more ports and the hubs can often be placed in convenient locations. Sometimes computer desks have USB hubs built into the desks.
More Than One Plug converter: Remember that in Korea, the plug holes are of a different voltage than the ones in your country. In every major city there is a store like Home Plus or Lotte Mart where you can buy plug converters, but what do you do when you just arrived last night and need to shave right now? Most people only bring one or none. If you only bring one with you, where will you plug it? Will you plug your laptop, iPod charger and battery charger all using the one small black dc dc Converter? Of course not; make sure you make life easy on yourself so you can focus on more important things upon your arrival.
Transformers designed for laptop computers are typically rated to operate with 100-240 volt current. Check yours beforehand. If it is only rated for 110 volts, go to the nearest Radio Shack store with your laptop, and buy a suitable multi-voltage transformer.
A fluid heater uses the stock heater core and circulates fluid through it just like the stock system would. The fluid is heated by an electric element and circulated through the heater core by a small pump.
Charge Controller – Most home systems will be built with a battery backup. The charge controller ensures that a consistent amount of power is sent to the batteries, and that the batteries don’t discharge at night. Again, if you shop around for this component, it won’t be a large expense.
Throughout the world, voltage differs from country to country. The voltage level is either 220 volts or 110 volts. Plug sizes, plug holes and plug shapes also differ from country to country. Few countries such as in Canada and USA have the voltage of 120 volt with the frequency 60 Hz, while the others have the frequency of 50 Hz and the voltage of 220/240 volt. By using an appropriate voltage converter, this difference in voltages can be solved.